Ferragamo Opens Boutique on Bloor Street in Toronto

Ferragamo has swung open the doors of its newest boutique at 131 Bloor Street West in Toronto.

The company’s 41st boutique in North America and the fourth in Canada will showcase Ferragamo’s seasonal collections of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, footwear, leather goods, silk products, eyewear, watches and fragrances. There will also be some products exclusive to Bloor Street.

A view of Ferragamo's new Bloor Street store in Toronto,

A view of Ferragamo’s Toronto store.

Michael Muraz, courtesy of Ferragamo.

The space reflects a transitional design consisting of special materials such as travertine, walnut, precious wallpapers, bouclé fabrics and a selection of elevated bronze, espresso and ivory silk hand tufted rugs. It is a modern update to Ferragamo’s existing retail concepts, with hints of creative director Maximilian Davis’ aesthetic changes.

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Accessories and ready-to-wear at Ferragamo's new Toronto store.

Ready-to-wear and accessories at Ferragamo’s Toronto store.

Michael Muraz, courtesy of Ferragamo.

The street facade accents the natural light that comes inside the store from the large windows. The beige color of the storefront contrasts with the black metal frames together with the illuminated brand logos.

Spread over 5,628 square feet, the store has opened with women’s and men’s pieces from Davis’ fall 2023 collection, titled “Cinema,” drawing inspiration from mid-century Hollywood’s timeless glamour. In addition, a selection of Canadian exclusives will be available at the Bloor Street location such as gold embossed mirror leather sandals, Hug bags in interesting colorways and the Frame bags with structural resin handles.

Handbags and ready-to-wear on display at Ferragamo's new Toronto store.

Handbags and ready-to-wear at Ferragamo’s Toronto store.

Michael Muraz

“It’s been a goal of ours to bring a new audience into Ferragamo under the creative direction of Maximilian Davis, and Toronto is an important market to help us to do,” said Daniella Vitale, chief executive officer of Ferragamo Americas. “Given its prestigious reputation, Bloor Street made perfect sense for our fourth Canadian store — it has transformed into one of the world’s top destinations for luxury retailers and Maximilian’s collections will resonate with Toronto’s discerning luxury clients.”

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